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Amazon Prime adds unlimited photo storage

Amazon Prime adds unlimited photo storage
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Have you given any thought about becoming an Amazon Prime member?

Amazon Prime members can have their pick of more than 40,000 movies and TV shows to watch, listen to more than 1 million songs, read hundreds upon thousands of e-books from the Kindle library - they even get free shipping on items from the Amazon Marketplace.

That's a lot of perks, but what about your photos?

Amazon has added a new feature called Prime Photos and it offers free, unlimited photo storage in the Amazon Cloud Drive for both members and non members. It's available for smartphones, tablets and computers alike and lets you store up to 2,000 photos, or 5GB, unless you're a Prime member, then you will have unlimited storage. You will also be able to store videos and other documents.

Now you don't have to keep those photos on your camera roll and can clear up space for other files.

Even better, Prime Photos won't raise the price of a Prime membership - it will stay at $99 for a year.

To sign up for Prime Photos, click here to get the app for iOS and click here to get the app for Android. Or click here to visit the site on your desktop or laptop. You will need to sign in using your existing Amazon account information.

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Source: TechCrunch
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